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The Greatest Thing - Elvis Costello And The Attractions* - Punch The Clock (Cassette, Album)

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  1. This is a genuine CASSETTE - and not a copy. Complete with case / information as issued. Format: CASSETTE. Title: Punch The Clock Artist/Composer: Elvis Costello And The Attractions ‎ RECORD label: F-Beat Catalogue Number: XXC19, ZK Condition of INSERT CARD: VG++ fairly basic fold over with track listing and markdubiduareppototerpcouharsuvan.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  2. Although it contains one of his bigger American hits in "Everyday I Write the Book," one of his more exploratory singles in "Pills and Soap," and one of his standards in "Shipbuilding," Elvis Costello's album Punch the Clock is not one of his best regarded, due partially to a shiny, state-of-the-art production from producers Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley, but also due to a subpar set.
  3. About “Punch the Clock” In , Elvis Costello was critically adored, but slowly slipping down the charts, commercially. To rectify the situation, he hired the day’s slickest production team.
  4. Das CD-Album "Punch The Clock" von Elvis Costello + the Attractions () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  5. Nov 13,  · studio album by Elvis Costello & The Attractions. Released: August 5, (UK & US reissue) (UK & US 2CD reissue) Recorded: The Greatest Thing Elvis Costello: 4. Elvis Costello Reissues: Punch The Clock;.
  6. Perhaps frustrated by the lack of commercial success Imperial Bedroom encountered, Elvis Costello enlisted British hitmakers Clive Langer and Alan Winstanley to produce its follow-up, Punch the Clock. The difference between the two records is immediately noticeable.6/
  7. Punch the Clock, an Album by Elvis Costello and The Attractions. Released 5 August on Columbia (catalog no. FC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Soul, New Wave.
  8. Jun 15,  · THE BOTTOM LINE: A second tier Elvis Costello + The Attractions album indicative that the wheels may be coming off of the bus. They actually did with the next album, but that’s another story. The horn section got a paycheck, but for the most part, it was luxury I couldn’t afford. There was a perfunctory air to the playing and arrangements that felt at odds with the traditionally keyboard.

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